I need help! 20?


Posted anonymously, 2nd October 2019


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  • It really depends, I think I spoil mine too much…I look at around $50 each…an item of clothing or little outfit and a small something that’s fun. These days if you’re prepared you can get bargains…they love superhero’s, I found awesome posters at the markets that I framed with frames from Kmart, they’ve gotten into gardening so tiny grass head kits less than $5 each from daisy, clothes I got earlier during sales when 50% off….closer to $100 worth of value but got good bargains :)


  • It depends it’s all up to you but 20 sounds just fine


  • 25-30 dollars I’d say. Generally it’s enough to buy something nice.


  • $25-$50 is reasonable, depending on how many you have and their age/s.


  • I think it depends on their age and how many children you have to buy for. I would say you can get pretty good things still for $20.


  • Spreading the expense over the year is also a good idea as gifts can be bought on sale.


  • Depending on their age $20 to $25 up to about 8 or 9 then $25 to $50 up to 16


  • I spend $50 on my nephew’s.


  • $20 is a good amount for Christmas gifts for extended family; particularly with a large group of people.
    Buying gifts when on special assists with adhering to a budget and not being tempted to spend any extra dollars.


  • Between $30-$50 depending on age.


  • We spend $20 & we either present swap or just buy gift cards


  • Around $30-$50 each


  • Max 30$


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